Check out these internships, fellowships, and jobs on Handshake with deadlines for the week of February 11-18th HERE. Below is just a sampling of a few:
Summer 2019 REU Program in Translational Ecology at Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies – Due 1/28 @ 11:55pm
Venture For America Class of 2019 Fellow atVenture For America – Due 1/28 @ 11:55pm
Venture For America is seeking college seniors and recent grads to join our two-year Fellowship program. If you are excited to learn and grow while working at a startup in one of 14 cities across the country. We’re looking for applicants from any academic background who are well-rounded, highly motivated, and community-focused to join our newest class! Our application consists of an activities submission, written application, a Skype interview, and a full-day in-person interview. The next deadline to join the Class of 2019 is Monday, January 28th at 11:59 PM EST. To apply you must: be a US Citizen, Permanent Resident, or DACA Recipient; have earned your undergraduate degree by Spring 2019; and/or graduated with your first undergraduate degree in Spring 2016 or later.
Legal Action Program, Legal Assistant at Justice in Motion – Due 1/30 @ 7:00pm
PILPG Spring 2019 Internship atPublic International Law & Policy Group – Due 1/31 @ 10:18am
Repair the World Fellowship at Repair the World – Due 1/31 @ 10:55pm
International Development Intern, Strategic Initiatives at TechnoServe, Inc – Due 2/1 @ 2:55am
You are invited to meet with Middlebury’s partner The Nature Conservancy (TNC) GLOBE program and their Youth Programs Coordinator, Shawneece Hennighan this Wednesday, November 14 for an information session on campus from 4:30 PM in CCI’s Adirondack House Library. Please RSVP HERE on Handshake for the event.
Middlebury has 3 specific internships earmarked for our students for this 2019 summer focused on: climate change and clean energy policy in Washington, DC, GIS research in Alaska, and urban agriculture in Chicago. The TNC GLOBE program provides undergraduate students with diverse backgrounds with paid summer internship opportunities in the environmental sector across the country. The internships range from science-based education to communications to public policy to geospatial research—a whole range of opportunities for our liberal arts students.
For those of you who are environmentally-minded, California Environmental Associates (CEA) does a tremendous job of promoting opportunities with ENGO’s and Foundations that they collaborate with and partner. As such, keep this CEA job link handy for a full viewing of all their opportunities. In the meanwhile, check out 2 jobs that one of our recent alumni at EDF tipped us off to:
Social Impact –
LifeMoves is dedicated to helping homeless families and individuals across Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Peninsula return to self-sufficiency and permanent housing.
Work at an international not-for-profit arts organization in one of several departments including programs, development, and communications.
Work at an organization that is the driving force behind solar energy, building a strong solar industry to power America through advocacy and education.
Spend your summer working at an energy storage development start-up company.
Spend a year developing programming and fundraising efforts for the Community Resource Center of the Washington County Homeless Project in Ohio.
ISO New England is a non-profit authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to protect the health of the region’s economy and the well-being of its people by ensuring the constant availability of competitively-priced wholesale electricity.
uAspire provides college affordability advice to students and families in order to change the college affordability landscape.
Spend your summer in the beautiful Brattleboro, VT area, working on a historic farm that is also a regional center for education, recreation, farming, processing, markets, and events.
Apply for this opportunity to take the lead on developing compelling blog posts, case studies, social media content, and web copy that highlight MassChallenge’s mission to strengthen the global innovation ecosystem by supporting high potential entrepreneurs across all industries, from anywhere in the world.
Apply for a summer position at a non-profit that uses research, litigation, and aggressive communications to expose misconduct and malfeasance in public life.
The Seagrass Management Data Technician will work with Conservancy staff to substantiate the location and extent of seagrass resources at Fishers Island, NY and evaluate vessel use patterns implicated as threats to seagrass habitat.
Work at an international NGO committed to building sustainable capacity to advance democratic institutions, civil society, and a culture of peaceful change and conflict management worldwide.
The Pro Players Foundation works with disadvantaged children across North Texas through sports-based programs.
Mayhew is a nonprofit that challenges and helps at-risk New Hampshire boys to believe in themselves, work well with others, and find their best.
Fellows will have the opportunity to work at a thriving, international NGO and gain hands-on experience with the nuts and bolts of their operations and development work.
SIF brings together nonprofits, philanthropy, government, and business to support the spread of emerging social innovations in greater Boston.
The Great Basin Institute in Reno, Nevada is an interdisciplinary field studies organization that promotes environmental research, education, and conservation throughout the West.
Apply for this consultancy position in the solar industry.
Work at a nonprofit conservation and research organization in Indonesia.
Social Impact –
Work at NRCS to promote conservation practices within agriculture.
Spend your summer in Colorado in a 13-week long-program working on conservation, stewardship, and education projects.
WYGC Foundation provides mental health and substance abuse services to low income communities in Prescott, AZ and its surrounding areas.
New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking a creative intern to work in education and outreach upto 40 hours a week this summer
Several Summer Positions with Conservation Corps around the country – due 4/20
Assist Metrus’ Business Development team in originating, developing, and financing large-scale energy efficiency projects for Fortune 500 and major institutional customers.
Work at The Innocence Network, which provides pro bono legal and investigative services to individuals seeking to prove innocence of crimes for which they have been convicted.
PartnersGlobal is an international NGO committed to building sustainable capacity to advance democratic institutions, civil society, and a culture of peaceful change and conflict management worldwide.
DART is hiring full-time community organizers who will build relationships with faith leaders and community members from diverse backgrounds, train and develop their organizing skills, and deepen their participation in the work of their local organizations.
The ACLU of Massachusetts is seeking a part-time summer communications intern to help maintain the affiliate’s website and produce online content.
SOCIAL IMPACT –
Work at a nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating social isolation and providing concrete services to older adults.
Take classes and intern in the field of public policy, international affairs, business & government affairs, community leadership & service, or journalism and communications in the nation’s capital.
Spend your summer working in Boston at a multi-service center for poor and homeless women.
Work at a non-profit dedicated to rewarding environmental service opportunities.
Apply to work at an organization that protects wild rivers, restores damaged rivers, and conserves clean water for people and nature.
Work in a grassroots organizing team in Michigan.
Apply for this opportunity to learn about all aspects of a nonprofit organization – from patient programs to marketing, grant research and writing, fundraising events and development.
Work in this network of 21 diverse and multi-faith community organizations fighting for racial and economic justice in the Midwest and southeastern US.
Work this summer as an administrative intern at the Middlebury in DC office.
Observe, learn from, and co-teach with Mentor Teachers on the East Coast.
The Work First Foundation and America Works seek highly motivated candidates with a passion for direct service and an interest in fighting poverty through employment.
This program is designed for individuals who are committed to a long-term career teaching in New Orleans but who have not yet taught in a classroom.
Gain first-hand experience in the Mountain State in one of a variety of sectors.
Impact America – Alabama engages students and recent college graduates to address community needs, empowering a generation through collaborative efforts to promote change in the communities they serve.